Georgia O'Keeffe Pansy, 1926

Pansy, comes from the French word Pensee, meaning 'thought'. The pansey often represents freethought and O'Keeffe is no exception to that rule, creating larger than life images of flowers including this, Pansy 1926.

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A black flower with tendrils of violets

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